Summit Inn
P.O. Box 540
1205 North Summit Blvd.
Frisco, Colorado 80443


Summit Inn

Boating on Lakes
horseback riding
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dog sledding

Skiing and Snow Boarding

All the above ski resorts welcome skiers and snow boarders.The free Summit Stage Bus will pick you up across the street from Summit Inn and take you to Copper Mountain, Keystone, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin. Vail and Beaver Creek are also within easy driving distance.
Discounted ski and snowboard rentals are available at Pioneer Sports in Frisco.

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  • Aero-Cruise Balloon Adventures has year-round ballooning. Reservations required. Call 800.373.1243.
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  • Old Dillon Reservoir Trail
  • Gold Hill between Frisco and Breckenridge
  • Frisco - Ten Mile Gulch is right off I 70 at Frisco Main Street exit. Drive from the town of Frisco, right off the highway and park before the gate entrance.
  • Masontown Trail is a 4 mile hike one way, past old mining sites and forests
  • Mohawk Lakes Trail goes past Mayflower Lakes and to Lower and Upper Mohawk Lakes. Tram at basin of Lower Mohawk goes up the mountain.

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Hiking Trails

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Water Sports

rafting fun
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  • Blue River between Dillon and Green Mountain Reservoir has brook, brown and rainbow trout. Access from highway CO 9.
  • Lake Dillon has brown and rainbow trout as well as Kokanee salmon.
  • Green Mountain Reservior has Kokanee salmon and ice fishing.
  • Other recommended spots: High alpine lakes and small streams in Gore and Ten Mile Ranges, Willow Lakes, Mohawk Lakes, and Wheeler Lake.
  • Mountain Angler is a fly fishing shop and guide service in Breckenridge.
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Horseback Riding

  • Copper Mountain begins horseback riding in June. Phone Copper Mountain Stables at 800.234.5778.
  • American Safari Ranch is also at Silverthorn.
  • Call Breckenridge Stables at 970.453.4438.
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Pioneer Sports in Frisco has bike and skate rentals.

  • Ten Mile Recreational Pathway of more than 50 miles on paved path from Vail to Frisco and Dillion and from Keystone to Breckenridge (Used by bikers, hikers, Nordic skiers and in-line skaters.)
  • Tiger Mountain Bike Trail
  • Frisco to Breckenridge on paved path
  • Frisco to Keystone on paved path around Lake Dillon
  • Frisco to Vail Pass
  • Lake Loop

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Bike Path Map

Summit County Trails

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Dog Sledding

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